Deutsch: Tradition
A tradition is a belief or behavior passed down within a group or society with symbolic meaning or special significance with origins in the past. Common examples include holidays or impractical but socially meaningful clothes (like lawyer wigs or military officer spurs), but the idea has also been applied to social norms such as greetings.

Traditionally in the food context refers to the preparation or serving of food in a manner that reflects long-standing cultural or regional customs. It often involves the use of specific ingredients or cooking techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation.

Here are some examples of traditionally prepared foods:

  1. Sushi: A Japanese dish made with rice, raw fish, and other ingredients, often served with soy sauce and wasabi.

  2. Tamales: A traditional Mexican dish made from masa (corn dough) filled with meat, cheese, or vegetables, wrapped in corn husks and steamed.

  3. Paella: A Spanish dish made with rice, saffron, and a variety of seafood, meat, and vegetables.

  4. Kimchi: A traditional Korean dish made from fermented vegetables, usually cabbage or radish, seasoned with chili flakes and other spices.

  5. Biryani: A South Asian dish made with spiced rice, meat, and vegetables.

Here are some similar things to traditionally prepared foods:

  1. Authentic cuisine: Food prepared in a manner that reflects the authentic culinary traditions of a specific region or culture.

  2. Cultural cuisine: Food that is traditionally prepared by a specific culture, reflecting their unique culinary customs.

  3. Heritage recipes: Recipes passed down through families over generations that reflect traditional cooking methods and ingredients.

  4. Regional specialties: Dishes that are unique to a specific geographic region, often reflecting the local cuisine and ingredients.

  5. Homestyle cooking: Food prepared in a manner that reflects traditional cooking techniques and ingredients, often served in a casual, homey setting.


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